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Today, while most of the U.S. was sleeping, Apple approved the Netflix update which brings universal support for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. On the iPad, it doesn’t do much beyond adding a new icon, but I couldn’t access Netflix until I updated. Read more »

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A prediction has been going around the blogosphere for a few months saying that Apple will eventually replace OS X with iOS, and a lot of people seem to agree. I don’t. That prediction has never sounded to me like something Apple would do. Read more »


If you’re a movie and/or television buff, then the iPad may be your new best friend. We’ve got a round up of six different apps to help you consume your favorite televisions shows and movies, from watching them on the iPad to researching them. Enjoy! Read more »


With the newly released Safari 5.0.1, extensions have now gone public. Here’s a list of seven extensions you should install right away. Have you been playing around with Safari extensions? What are your favorites so far? Read more »


The Mac Pro was the product on Apple’s line that most needed a refresh, and it’s finally here. It features the latest quad-core and 6-core Intel Xeon processors, giving you up to 12 cores and offering 50 percent greater performance over its aging predecessor. Read more »

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Finding a useful application or utility for your Mac is a bit like searching for a needle in a haystack. It’s a lot of work to find them (at least good ones) but when you do find one, it’s a great thing. Read more »


So, you got your shiny new iPad on Saturday and you’ve done all the basic stuff on it: web, email, video. But now that the awesomeness of that has worn off, it’s time to get some new apps. Here are the ones you should buy first. Read more »


It’s been two long months since the iPad was announced, and since then it’s been featured on the Grammys, various talk shows, and a comedy TV series. Today, the Apple stores have opened their glassy gates, and you can now get your very own. Read more »


Sometimes, for whatever reason, you need to quit all your open applications. But going through each application and quitting them is a pain. Good thing Apple included a nifty little scripting language in OS X called AppleScript that will allow us to quit applications in one fell swoop. Read more »

My first Apple device was an iPod Nano, second-gen, and using it was a revelation; the simplicity of the click-wheel and the solid industrial design wowed me. My second Apple device was an iPod touch, also a second-gen and also a revelation; interacting with a touchscreen was completely new to me, and iPhone OS was a dream to use. Read more »

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